Creating Cue Sequences with “Enter Into” Groups
A group cue can have different modes, different purposes. These can be found in the Mode tab of the Inspector. The first mode is called “Start first child and enter into group”, or “Start and Enter” as I like to say. This is a way to categorize and organize cues.
Here, for example, I have five sound effects that are used in Act I of a play. Cues, 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18. I don’t like odd numbers. Don’t ask me why.
Collapsing this group might help me pay attention, focus on the next scene without being visually distracted. I therefore then chose not to number this group cue.
If I execute the group, the first cue inside will execute and the playhead will enter in and select the next group.
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What tab is used to change the functionality of a group?
The Mode tab.